- Jun 6, 2018
I've got these Oriental Gamefowls that I've reared since day 1 through incubation....... they've always bickered and squabble here and there but recently 2 of the hens have been going at it non-stop, neither refusing to back down! I couldn't catch their first fight in time and one of them were on the ground laying on her back for who knows how long, thankfully I came in time to scoop her up and put her in a cage. But while recovering and still in the cage, the next day I went to check up on her and there were blood all over the cage, they were still going at it through the opening of the cage (which I have now blocked off all sides). There's just no backing down from these 2, reminds me of myself.... really. So right now I'm at a standstill, should I just release the one in the cage out and let them figure out who's the top hen? Early this morning I did try but they went at it again so in to the cage she goes again until I figure something out. Keep in mind, these aren't egglayers... they are purebred fighting top of the line hybrid killing machines!! And "NO" I don't fight them, I just like Oriental Gamefowls and had a few when I was a child so it's what I like. Anyway, being that they do have fighting pedigree in them, will it be unwise to let them duke it out seeing that neither is willing to concede?